Travel Tips: A Lady’s Travel Guide
Whether you are traveling just few miles from home, or far away by road, train or air; even if you are planning to spend a night, days, weeks or months, you may always find it difficult to pack lightly or stir away from trouble. Below are interesting facts and tips you will find highly helpful …
Spotlight Destination: Epe Resort and Spa
When I think of a place to relax, I hardly think of Lagos. As a place where I live and work, I’m pretty familiar with all there is to know about Nigeria’s economic capital. But there is something in town I never knew about until I mentioned to some friends about a place to take a …
Madagascar – A Naturalist’s Promised Land In Only Six Days
If I say Madagascar – do you say Lemur? This seems to be the one thing that everybody knows about the rather large piece of land that broke away from the African continent to find its evolution exempt of influence; an island with a rich history that features waves of settlers, colonialists and regal Kings. …
How to Enjoy Living in Calabar After Your Vacation
As one of Nigeria’s major tourists’ hotspots, Calabar prides itself in its amazing attractions such as the Marina Resort, Drill Ranch or Drill Monkey Rehab Centre, Mary Slessor’s home, Slave History Museum and the Duke Town church. Others include the Tinapa Business, Hotels and Resort, Obudu Cattle Ranch and Oban Falls. Once upon a time …
I Heart My City : Helen’s Livingstone
Helen Davies may hail from the United Kingdom, but after an extended solo journey around Africa in her 20s, she fell in love with the continent. In fact, Zambia impressed her so much she ended up moving there to become an expedition leader and tour guide. Nowadays, she divides her time between Africa and the U.K. and documents her …
LAGOS FASHION FAIR 2015: TURKISH SWAG MEETS NAIJA GINGA!
On a bright sunny day with temperature at some 34°C in good ol’ Lasgidi, Precious and I walked into the hall of Eko Convention Center venue of the 2015 Lagos Fashion Fair. Phew! Good relief. The cool and refreshing air that met us was a reminder how swiftly and easily one could switch from one …
A Roan Licked my Mirror! Expect the unexpected in Africa!
Whilst out in Swaziland I was in Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary, enjoying the peace and tranquility of the reserve. There is something about Mlilwane that makes me feel as if I have come home, it is a wonderful place where you can get away from everybody and take time out for yourself. I was driving around …
RECIPE WEDNESDAY: Homemade Delights-Pancakes.
Jamie Oliver keeps talking, writing, campaigning for great food and all the comforts that comes with tasting that ultimate dish, in my opinion he should be crowned ‘King of Food Porn’. I follow him on instagram, so everyday I am sure to get a perfect picture of something he made for the day to taunt …
A Night with the Maasai by Lisa Chavis
It’s not that a night spent in the bush of the Serengeti is any longer than a typical night somewhere else – but when your tent sandwiched between the Maasai village cows and a pride of hungry lions – it certainly seems that way. At first I wasn’t sure exactly why my eyes popped open. …
Capture your memories- My travels have always got the best of me by my forgetfulness when it comes to technology, travelling is something that stimulates you and gives you the best memories, yet without a camera or cell phone that can take pictures or a diary to write in, those memories can quickly become dull …
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